Should Jim Carrey Cut His Hair?

02/21/2007 at 01:55 PM ET

We’ve been watching Jim Carrey’s hair get longer and longer thinking “Huh. That’s an interesting look on him. Wonder if it’s for a part.” Last week we spotted him out with lovely girlfriend Jenny McCarthy at the premiere of his new movie The Number 23 and noted that now his hair is actually longer than hers. After seeing the rubber-faced actor on TRL yesterday, we’ve decided it’s time for a cut. Certainly in this day and age, there is no set length that men’s hair should be, but we just like Jim better with shorter hair. Tell us: Do you think Jim Carrey should cut his hair? Or do you like the longer locks on him?

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Kim on

Yes! It makes him look old and uncool. Get out the scissors Jim. Don’t be afraid!!!

Christie on


Tina on

Leave him alone, it’s his hair!

CJ from Canada on

It’s getting too long. Definitely time for a cut!!!

Kathy on

Yes, please cut!

kristin on

Cut it!

JenB on

Shorter is better. I don’t like the “midlife crisis” long hair on him. Then again, I don’t like long hair on any man.

Carlie on

No! He looks sexy:)

Angie on

I agree that the long hair makes him look older, He needs to get a trim.

justme on

No – let it grow!!!! I love to see guys with long hair. I can’t wait until it’s long enough to pull into a ponytail, I bet he would look hot!

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